I’ll have to go with UFO choice. Although it was just lights over Tahlequah, OK doing what lights can’t do. They made strange “J” shaped moves that were impossible for any aircraft. Also, they would just fade out, then reappear in another spot only to fade out and reappear in the first spot. The biggest doubter of anything supernatural I’ve ever known, actually said, “I know believe UFO’s MIGHT exist. It is possible.”
In the early 50’s my dad was a tailgunner on a B-29 during the Korean war. They spotted a formation of ligts that were WAY above the maximum altitude of any arcraft in existence.
Also, I lived in a haunted house in Tahlequah with a couple room-mates. I never directly saw anything, but there were a lot of creepy moments. Shadows and movement out of the corner of your eye, cold spots of air, things falling over, etc. One Cherokee friend who had never heard about any of this actually stopped walking as soon as he hit the living room and said, “What’s in this house?” It really freaked me out when a person who grew up there told me about seeing the “little boy” ghost and a “cloaked figure”. The cloaked figure even appeared for a moment to one of her aunts and tried to appear to be Grandmother. The woman that grew up their decribed the cloaked figure not as having a trait of evil, but rather as being evil itself. She described what one room mate, Brian, kept seeing in a recurring themed dream. The little boy had a face that was weathered like an old man’s and he would always say, “this is a bad place. You need to leave here”. She also felt the boy had died in house at some fault of the cloaked figure. After I had moved away, Brian had a dream in which he was chasing the cloaked figure and yelling, “Lightning can’t strike twice! Two people can’t die in this house.” About 6 months later, a close friend committed suicide in my old bedroom there.
- I don’t expect everybody to believe this and I really don’t care. I have chills from head to toe just typing about it though. I’m not a Christian and I don’t really believe in the traditional heaven and hell. However, I definitely believe in the existance of evil.
Damn, that gave me the heebie-geebies. I’m lucky in that I don’t think I’ve ever seen or heard anything like that.
I’m now going to have to develope a strategic plan of supernatural asskickery should I ever need it.